S’pore Spars With Jakarta Over Fires, Hazardous Smog

Bloomberg: Singapore remained blanketed in thick, smoky haze as Indonesia’s Air Force prepared to water-bomb forest fires raging on the island of Sumatra. Singapore’s Pollutant Standards Index stood at 135 as of 7 p.m., a level deemed unhealthy, the National Environment Agency, or NEA, said on its website. Earlier in the day it reached a hazardous reading of 401, a record. The NEA said it expected the 24-hour PSI to remain in the unhealthy 200-300 range. Haze is common in many parts of Asia, with air......

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